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Subquery needs 0 instead of null

Posted on 2013-01-24
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I have the following sql with a subquery.  If the subquery does not return a record I need it to return a 0. Tried to figure out something with isnull()

SELECT
            ClientId,

             (SELECT  SUM(ClientDebtXref.Balance)  FROM ClientDebtXref WHERE ClientDebtXref.ClientApplicationID = @ClientID AND DebtTypeID=7 )  HomeEquityBalance,


               CurrentMonthlyOutstandingMortagageBalance ,
             AssetLienBalance
from Assets
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Question by:Charles Baldo
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appari earned 500 total points
ID: 38816924
try this

SELECT
            ClientId,

            isnull( (SELECT  SUM(ClientDebtXref.Balance)  FROM ClientDebtXref WHERE ClientDebtXref.ClientApplicationID = @ClientID AND DebtTypeID=7 ) ,0)  HomeEquityBalance,


               CurrentMonthlyOutstandingMortagageBalance ,
             AssetLienBalance
from Assets 

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by:Charles Baldo
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Thanks it works
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